Join Providence as it celebrates its 10th anniversary with a birthday bash featuring activities for the entire family at each of its three neighborhood parks. The entire community is invited to the free party, Providence Pride — A Decade to Remember, Nov. 19 from noon to 6 p.m.
The Promenade Park will have a walking timeline of Providence highlights, as well as cake and ice cream, hosted by Providence’s lovable 7-foot-tall canine mascot named PD.
The young and young-at-heart will enjoy carnival-themed festivities at Huckleberry Park that will include carnival rides, contests, a DJ and eight food trucks. Wristbands for the rides will be available for $8 per person. Knickerbocker Park will have live music by the bands Ashley Red and Blue String Theory, barbecue food vendor Smoken Sam’s, a beer and wine garden, and games, including giant Jenga, Connect Four, Corn Hole and more.
Shuttles will be available and will stop at each park. Attendees also can follow directional signage throughout the community or visit the information tent at each park.
Located in northwest Las Vegas, Providence has ranked consistently among the best-selling master-planned communities in the state and country since it opening. Developed by Focus Property Group, the vision for the 1,200-acre community with a small-town Americana ambiance became a reality with the first home sale in 2006 and first two families taking up residence in March the following year.
“It’s rewarding that the vision for Providence has become a reality and to watch the many families who now call it home enjoy the community as it was designed,” said John Ritter, chief executive officer of Focus Property Group.
“I commend the entire Focus team and Providence Master Homeowners Association for continuing to make Providence such a great community and place to live.”
Today, more than 5,000 homes have been sold in Providence, with several new-home communities still selling homes by top builders.
Residents enjoy amenities that include three parks, wide, tree-lined streets, and miles of walking trails and bike paths, neighborhood and nearby schools, and convenient access to shopping, dining, job opportunities, and the 215 Beltway and U.S. Highway 95, making traveling throughout the Las Vegas Valley convenient. Mount Charleston, Kyle and Red Rock canyons are only a few miles away. In addition, the active Providence Master Homeowners Association hosts a variety of cultural, social and educational events for residents in keeping with the community’s spirit of bringing people together.
Providence is off the North Beltway and Hualapai Way. For more information, visit the community’s information center at 7181 N. Hualapai Way, Suite 150, providencelv.com or call 702-433-5084.